Conjunto Blues by Nicolas R. Valdez

Featured by Teatro Vivo and special collaboration with The Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center, Conjunto Blues by Nicolas R. Valdez premiers December 4th – December 6th, 2020!

Written by: Nicolas R. Valdez
Directed by: Joel C. Settles
Guest Musicians: Luis Gonzalez, Joaquin “Muerte” Abrego, and Sarah Rocha
Set Design: Tomas Salas
Lighting Technician: Alex Casillas
Filmed by Jose Lozano, Magic Spoon Production Co.


Come back on December 4th to access this production!

Cuento Navideño by Rupert Reyes

Cuento Navideño Written and Directed by Rupert Reyes, an on-line production.

PERFORMANCE DATES:
STREAMING DEC. 10-12

THURSDAY – SATURDAY @ 7PM  AND DEC. 17-19 @7PM, SUNDAY DEC 13 AND DEC 20 @ 2 PM

More info coming soon!

Señora Tortuga by Roxanne Schroeder-Arce

Señora Tortuga by Roxanne Schroeder-Arce

Teatro Vivo is a sponsor of this production. December 5th, 2020


Texas Performing Arts welcomes you to a family-friendly performance of Señora Tortuga performed by San Antonio’s The Magik Theatre on Saturday, December 5 under the Texas Big Top on the Bass Concert Hall Plaza.

Written by UT’s Roxanne Schroeder-Arce, Señora Tortuga is a celebration of the confluence of two cultures and languages. This English/Spanish bilingual play uses the wisdom tales of Latin American cultures to give hope to a family faced with too much reality.

Young Pedro and his family make their home in a barn on the Mexican border. Pedro complains of having nothing and brings his mother many headaches. On one occasion, she invites a hungry woman to share the family dinner. But this Señora returns time and again to eat and tell fantastical stories of the enchanted serpent and Cucuy of Latin American legend, filling Pedro’s nights with heroic, yet frightening dreams. Surprisingly, Pedro is learning from these wisdom tales, but his mother is suspicious of the Señora until it is revealed that Señora Tortuga holds the thread that ties their past dreams to their future.

Capacity is strictly limited, masks are required, and tickets will be sold in socially distanced “pods” of 2 seats for $20 per pod, 4 seats for $30 per pod, and 6 seats for $40 per pod. Everyone needs a ticket to enter.

TO PURCHASE TICKETS, CLICK HERE.

Sponsored by Marquee Event Rentals, H-E-B Tournament of Champions, and the University of Texas Department of Mexican American and Latina/o Studies

COVID-19 Health and Safety Information and Guidelines

What to expect:

  • Everyone (2 years and older) must wear a face mask covering their nose and mouth while in our event spaces. Face masks may only be removed in your pod while consuming food and beverage. TPA will provide face masks for anyone who does not have one.
  • Our outdoor tent capacity is limited and tickets are sold in small, medium, and large pods. There will be a minimum of 6 foot spacing between each pod of seats.
  • Social distancing markers will be placed at the venue entry.
  • All tickets will be sold online at texasperformingarts.org and be delivered via email for mobile contactless entry.
  • Sanitization stations will be available at all entrances, under the tent, and inside the Bass Concert Hall restrooms.
  • Food and beverages will not be offered for sale at this event. We encourage you to bring snacks and beverages for your family (no glass) and you may only remove your mask to consume your food and beverage while in your designated seating pod.
  • Restrooms will be available in the Bass Concert Hall lobby.

To keep our community safe, we ask that:

  • You conscientiously practice social distancing, frequently wash hands, use hand sanitizer, and wear a face covering as required.
  • If you are not feeling well or have been in close contact with someone you suspect may be infected, please stay home and contact your doctor. You may contact the Ticket Office at 512.471.1444 or tickets@texasperformingarts.org by your performance time to request a credit.
  • Be prepared to scan your mobile tickets at our free-standing pedestal ticket scanners.
  • At the end of the performance, please listen for timed exit instructions.
  • If the performance is postponed or canceled, ticketholders will be offered a choice of refund, a credit for future use, or the opportunity to donate the value of the tickets to Texas Performing Arts.

FUTURX 2020: ENTRA AL LABERINTO

FUTURX 2020:
ENTRA AL LABERINTO

NOVEMBER 6 – 21 8PM
FRIDAYS AND SATURDAYS ONLY

BUY TICKETS

For three weekends, November 6-21, 2020, Avante Theatre Project, The VORTEX, Teatro Vivo, and ProyectoTEATRO, present our third annual FuturX Festival of new and avant-garde LatinX performance. This 3-weekend Festival celebrates the many permutations and intersections of LatinX identity in the 21st Century and beyond, featuring work that dives deep into the complexities of LatinX identity. 

We welcome everyone who desires a Latinidad that explores the myriad ways of being LatinX, especially when being LatinX intersects with being queer, trans, mixed race, African diaspora, indigenous, disabled, a woman, or anyone else that has struggled to find a voice in traditional theatre.

As the featured flagship performance of FuturX Festival 2020, ProyectoTEATRO’s Los Contemporáneos will be performed live on stage at The VORTEX for 6 amazing performances, each unique and live-streamed.

FuturX Festival highlights virtual, original performances created for the festival by dozens of artists including Florinda Bryant, Marina de la Fuente, Marina DeYoe-Pedraza, Krysta Gonzales, Lily Gonzalez, Siri Gurudev, Line 720, Lilli Lopez, Chola Magnolia, Jessica Peña, Eva Margarita, Gricelda Silva, Teatro Quarantine, and Tia Diosas.

ABOUT

FuturX Festival is curated by Rudy Ramirez, Artistic Director of Avante Theatre Project and Associate Artistic Director of The VORTEX. Ramirez has received 5 B. Iden Payne Awards for Outstanding Direction and was named Best Director in the 2017 The Austin Chronicle Readers’ Poll. He works with numerous companies, staging work at the Southwestern University, Emma S. Barrientos Mexican American Cultural Center, the Long Center for the Performing Arts, and the Santa Cruz Theater. He has achieved national recognition as a finalist for the 2015 NNPN Director’s Fellowship and the 2018 TCG Alan Schneider Award. He is currently pursuing an MFA in Directing at University at Massachusetts at Amherst. 

ProyectoTEATRO serves as a cultural organization and a social project with the mission of promoting and preserving Latin American culture through the arts in Spanish. ProyectoTEATRO’’s vision is to make the arts accessible to the entire community, with a focus on the Latino population, in order to reduce the sociocultural differences of today’s society. “We do theater because life is not enough”. 

Teatro Vivo is dedicated to producing quality bilingual theater accessible to all theater audiences and artists.  Teatro Vivo reflects the heart and soul of the Latino reality by opening a unique window for all to share in this experience. Inspired by the power of theater to educate and entertain, Teatro Vivo produces and promotes Latino theater that showcases the Latino experience, accessible to all audiences, especially those underserved by the arts.

The VORTEX has advanced cutting-edge theatre in Austin for over 30 years by conjuring urgent, unashamed art to create action in a shifting age, embracing diverse communities, breaking down barriers, and elevating inclusive discourse from our home in Austin, Texas. The VORTEX enlivens humanity with magical green new theatre at The Butterfly Bar and Sanctuary. The VORTEX’s art reflects diversity of people and voices from the global majority and honors sustainability and environmentalism.


Durante tres fines de semana, del 6 al 21 de noviembre del 2020, VORTEX, Teatro Vivo, ProyectoTEATRO y Avante Theatre Project presentarán nuestro tercer Festival FuturX: unfestival anual de actuaciones nuevas y de vanguardia de LatinX. Este festival de 3 fines de semana celebrará las múltiples permutaciones e intersecciones de la identidad LatinX en el siglo XXI y en el futuro. Se presentarán obras que exploran las complejidades profundas de la latinidad. 

Este año, nos reuniremos virtualmente en un LABERINTO interactivo en donde el público podra pasear de un Zoom Room a otro Zoom Room para experimentar una serie de obras de artistas cuya latinidad es queer, trans, feminista, afrolatinx e indígena. Dichas obras incluirán:  la adivinación por cartas de Loteria, sesiones de coaching personal, burlesque, rituales mágicos, unas tías divinas, sesiones de DJ y más. Los días 20 y 21 de noviembre a las 21:00 horas, presentaremos nuestro evento principal: una transmisión virtual del nuevo trabajo de ProyectoTEATRO que explora y critica la “Raza Cosmica” de José Vasconcelos.

FuturX Festival 2020 destaca obras originales virtuales creadas para el festival por decenas de artistas como ProyectoTEATRO, Ben Bazan, Florinda Bryant, Marina de la Fuente, Marina DeYoe-Pedraza, Krysta Gonzales, Lily Gonzales, Siri Gurudev , Línea 720, Lilli Lopez, Chola Magnolia, Nava Mau, Jessica Peña, Eva Margarita, Gricelda Silva, Teatro Quarantine y Tía Diosas.

El comisario del Festival FuturX es Rudy Ramirez, el Director Artístico de Avante Theatre Project y el Director Artístico Asociado de The VORTEX. Ramírez ha recibido 5 premios B. Iden Payne por su dirección teatral sobresaliente y fue nombrado el Mejor Director por la encuesta de lectores del Austin Chronicle en 2017. Trabaja con varias compañías y ha dirigido obras teatrales en Southwestern University, el centro cultural mexicano-americano Emma S. Barrientos (MACC), el Long Center for the Performing Arts y el teatro Santa Cruz. Ha logrado reconocimiento nacional como finalista de la Beca de Director NNPN 2015 y con el Premio TCG Alan Schneider 2018. Actualmente está cursando una maestría en dirección en la Universidad de Massachusetts en Amherst. 

Cuándo: del 6 al 21 de noviembre de 2020
¡¡Solo 6 noches !!

Los viernes y sábados durante 3 semanas a las 8pm:
El 6 y 7, el 13 y 14, y el 20 y 21 de noviembre del 2020

Dónde: www.FuturXLaberinto.com

Boletos: $ 15
www.vortexrep.org  o llamando al 512-478-5282

Radical Rush: Habrá un número limitado de boletos gratis para Radical Rush. Envíe un correo electrónico a alex@vortexrep.org los viernes y sábados a las 7pm antes del espectáculo para obtener uno de esos boletos.

ProyectoTEATRO estrenará Raza Cosmica (título provisional) en el escenario de The VORTEX como parte del Festival. ProyectoTEATRO funge como una organización cultural y un proyecto social con la misión de promover y preservar la cultural Latinoamericana por medio de las artes en español. ProyectoTeatro tiene como visión hacer las artes accesibles a toda la comunidad, con un enfoque en la población Latina, para poder así, disminuir las diferencias socioculturales de la sociedad presente. “Hacemos teatro porque la vida no alcanza.”

Teatro Vivo se dedica a producir teatro bilingüe de gran calidad, accesible para todas las audiencias y artistas de teatro. Teatro Vivo refleja el corazón y el alma latina a través de una ventana extraordinaria, a través de la cual el público comparte esta experiencia. Inspirado por el poder del teatro para educar y entretener, Teatro Vivo produce y promueve el teatro latino mostrando la experiencia cotidiana latina de una manera accesible para todos, sobre todo para aquellos que normalmente no tienen acceso a las bellas artes.

El VORTEX ha estado presentado teatro de vanguardia en Austin, Texas durante más de 30 años. Ha sabido conjurar el arte urgente y sin vergüenza para promover acción en una era cambiante y alojar a las comunidades diversas con brazos abiertos, rompiendo barreras y elevando el discurso inclusivo. El VORTEX anima a la humanidad con un nuevo teatro verde y mágico en The Butterfly Bar and Sanctuary. El arte del VORTEX refleja la diversidad de voces y de personas de la mayoría de la población mundial y honra la sustentabilidad y el ambientalismo.

Avante Theatre Project fue fundado por Rudy Ramirez en 2018 para desarrollar, producir y promover obras nuevas y de vanguardia de artistas latinos que celebran las complejidades, las contradicciones y las intersecciones de la latinidad. Avante ha producido el Festival FuturX durante tres años y tiene planeado elaborar tres nuevas obras basadas en las obras de Federico García Lorca a través de una residencia artística con Fusebox y Texas Performing Arts.


FuturX Festival is funded and supported in part by VORTEX Repertory Company, Teatro Vivo, ProjectoTEATRO, Avante Theatre Project, a grant from the Texas Commission on the Arts, the National Endowment for the Arts, and by the Cultural Arts Division of the City of Austin Economic Development Department.

Tickets and more information www.vortexrep.org

Austin Latinx New Play Festival 2020

Teatro Vivo in collaboration with ScriptWorks, unites playwrights and audience members in conversation surrounding new works of Latino theatre. After each performance, the playwright participates in a talkback session with the audience. The ALNPF features four new plays by playwrights from throughout the U.S.

We are so excited to be sharing these shows with you online along with talkbacks with our playwrights & dramaturgs each night! Each day we’ll feature a new play reading on our website and a talkback with each playwright at 8 p.m or 3pm. Each recorded performance will only be available from 12pm CST until the post-show discussion time. Stay tuned for daily announcements for each play! Click on the links below to access performances and Zoom discussion links.


thecucuywillfindyou

The Cucuy Will Find You
by Jaymes Sanchez

May 14, 2020

➡️  WATCH THE PLAY HERE starting at 12pm CST (live link)

➡️ Participate in the Post-Show Discussion via Zoom at 8pm CST HERE (live link)

(be sure to download Zoom beforehand)

Dramaturg: Raul Garza
Director: Jesus I. Valles
Cast: Nelson Flores, Diana Guizado, John Gonzalez, Ana Laura De Santiago, Valoneecia Tolbert, Jorge E. Santiago O’Neill


Jaymes Sanchez is a Texan playwright, actor, director, and educator. Jaymes’s work portrays the complex, poetic, and underrepresented lives of people of color and the urban working class. Jaymes’s play THE CUCUY WILL FIND YOU was featured in the Lark’s Playwrights’ week 2019. SODA FROM WATER CUPS was a finalist for the Latinx Theatre Commons’ 2018 Carnaval of New Latinx work. Jaymes’s play WHO OWNS WHAT was featured in Artists’ Theater of Boston’s production of THIS PLACE/DISPLACED, a series of short plays about displacement, eviction, and gentrification. Jaymes is a Company One Playlab Fellow for 2019 and was a member of the Company One PlayLab Unit for 2018. Jaymes earned a Master of Arts in Teaching degree from Brown University and taught English and Theatre at Milton High School. Jaymes is pursuing a Master of Fine Arts in Playwriting at the Michener Center for Writers at the University of Texas at Austin.

My Mother the Sun 
by Massi Monfiletto
May 15, 2020

➡️ Performance will be posted here at 12pm CST!

➡️ Post-Show Discussion Link will be posted here at 12pm CST, discussion at 8pm!

Massi’s a playwright and essayist from Albuquerque, NM currently residing in Brooklyn, New York. She specializes in theatre about borders and takes her influences from the many incredible Latinx playwrights and poets working to shake up the current theatre scene. My Mother the Sun was recently performed as part of the Echo Theatre’s Young Playwrights in Residence program. Check out their other plays at New Play Exchange, particularly Penelope Clefts Herself in Two Along an Invisible Line (NTI Fall 2017), Las Marthas (Drake University 2018), and Calypso in Harlem (Great Plains Theatre Conference.) Special thanks to Boni Alvarez, who gives sensational advice, and Lourdes Gutierrez Najera, without whom this play could not have been made.

(trans)formada by lily gonzales
May 16, 2020

➡️ Performance will be posted here at 12pm CST on May 15 (prior day, at playwrights request)

➡️ Post-Show Discussion Link will be posted here at 12pm CST, discussion at 3pm CST on May 16!

lily gonzales (they/them) is a playwright from San Antonio, Texas who graduated from UT Austin with a Bachelor’s in Theater & Dance / English. Their play (trans)formada was runner up for the Latinx, Rosa Parks, & National Undergraduate Playwriting Award from The John F. Kennedy Center in 2019. They’re currently working on a full-length play about queer artists at an artist’s residency in West Texas.

Take Care by Ryan Oliveira

Ryan Oliveira is a playwright, dramaturg, songwriter, and performer. Recent productions include: Desire in a Tinier House (Pride Films and Plays, 2019) and Soccer Player in the Closet (Nothing Without a Company, 2019). He has had his work developed with Prop Thtr, Activate: Midwest, The New Colony, and Broken Nose Theatre. He has also been a finalist for the 2019 Disquiet Luso-American Fellowship and a semifinalist for the O’Neill Theatre Conference (Chaos, 2017; The Rigel Event, 2014). Both Desire in a Tinier House and stray have been included in Steppenwolf Theatre’s The Mix, highlighting plays with diverse casts seeking further development and production throughout the United States. MFA: The University of Iowa, 2015; BA: Cornell University, 2008. You can check out more of his work at: www.ryanoliveira.com

➡️ Performance will be posted here at 12pm CST!

➡️ Post-Show Discussion Link will be posted here at 12pm CST, discussion at 8pm!

This project is supported in part by the Cultural Arts Division of the City of Austin Economic Development Department, the National Endowment for the Arts, and the Texas Commission on the Arts.

Austin Latinx New Play Festival

Austin Latinx New Play Festival
May 14th – May 16th 2020

Nosotros aqui at Teatro Vivo, in partnership with ScriptWorks, hope that you are all doing well. In keeping with tradition, we are back for our Austin New Latinx Play Festival! This year, we’ll be going digital. You’ll be able to enjoy these shows right from the comfort of your home. Our festival is May 14 – 16! Stay tuned for more.

SHOW DATES AND TIMES:

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(Un)Documents by Jesus I. Valles

(Un)Documents by Jesus I. Valles
Directed by Rudy Ramirez
February 6th-16th, 2020

Teatro Vivo is proud to present the award winning production of (Un)Documents by Jesus I. Valles at the Mexican American Cultural Center this February! Comprised of poems, journal entries, and immigration paperwork, (Un)Documents is a struggle to tell and an attempt to figure out what’s worth telling. It is an attempt to ask questions about how we talk about citizenship, documentation, its absence, and what, if anything, comes from telling. Mostly, “it’s a story about me and my brothers and some papers.”

(Un)Documents is a multiple B. Iden Payne Award winner for Outstanding Actor in a Drama (Jesus I. Valles), Outstanding Director of a Drama (Rudy Ramirez), and Outstanding Original Script. It is also an Austin Critics Table Award recipient for Excellence in Direction (Rudy Ramirez) and in was named one of Robert Faires’s Top10 Theatrical Treasurers of 2018 in the Austin Chronicle.

SHOW DATES AND TIMES:

  • Thursday February 6th (preview night) @8pm
  • Friday February 7th (official opening) @8pm
  • Saturday February 8th (ASL Interpreted) @8pm
  • February 13th, 14th, 15th @8PM
  • FEBRUARY 9th and 16th @2PM

Tickets are available HERE!

WATCH a sneak peek HERE

2020 Austin Latinx New Play Festival

AUSTIN, Texas – Teatro Vivo is pleased to announce the 2020 Austin Latinx New Play Festival presented in collaboration with ScriptWorks, to run May 14 to May 16, 2020.

mymotherthesun
My Mother the Sun 
by Massi Monfiletto
Massi’s a playwright and essayist from Albuquerque, NM currently residing in Brooklyn, New York. She specializes in theatre about borders and takes her influences from the many incredible Latinx playwrights and poets working to shake up the current theatre scene. My Mother the Sun was recently performed as part of the Echo Theatre’s Young Playwrights in Residence program. Check out their other plays at New Play Exchange, particularly Penelope Clefts Herself in Two Along an Invisible Line (NTI Fall 2017), Las Marthas (Drake University 2018), and Calypso in Harlem (Great Plains Theatre Conference.) Special thanks to Boni Alvarez, who gives sensational advice, and Lourdes Gutierrez Najera, without whom this play could not have been made.

 

thecucuywillfindyouThe Cucuy Will Find You
by Jaymes Sanchez
 
Jaymes Sanchez is a Texan playwright, actor, director, and educator. Jaymes’s work portrays the complex, poetic, and underrepresented lives of people of color and the urban working class. Jaymes’s play THE CUCUY WILL FIND YOU was featured in the Lark’s Playwrights’ week 2019. SODA FROM WATER CUPS was a finalist for the Latinx Theatre Commons’ 2018 Carnaval of New Latinx work. Jaymes’s play WHO OWNS WHAT was featured in Artists’ Theater of Boston’s production of THIS PLACE/DISPLACED, a series of short plays about displacement, eviction, and gentrification. Jaymes is a Company One Playlab Fellow for 2019 and was a member of the Company One PlayLab Unit for 2018. Jaymes earned a Master of Arts in Teaching degree from Brown University and taught English and Theatre at Milton High School. Jaymes is pursuing a Master of Fine Arts in Playwriting at the Michener Center for Writers at the University of Texas at Austin.
 
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(trans)formada by lily gonzales
lily gonzales (they/them) is a playwright from San Antonio, Texas who graduated from UT Austin with a Bachelor’s in Theater & Dance / English. Their play (trans)formada was runner up for the Latinx, Rosa Parks, & National Undergraduate Playwriting Award from The John F. Kennedy Center in 2019. They’re currently working on a full-length play about queer artists at an artist’s residency in West Texas.

Take Care by Ryan Oliveira

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Ryan Oliveira is a playwright, dramaturg, songwriter, and performer. Recent productions include: Desire in a Tinier House (Pride Films and Plays, 2019) and Soccer Player in the Closet (Nothing Without a Company, 2019). He has had his work developed with Prop Thtr, Activate: Midwest, The New Colony, and Broken Nose Theatre. He has also been a finalist for the 2019 Disquiet Luso-American Fellowship and a semifinalist for the O’Neill Theatre Conference (Chaos, 2017; The Rigel Event, 2014). Both Desire in a Tinier House and stray have been included in Steppenwolf Theatre’s The Mix, highlighting plays with diverse casts seeking further development and production throughout the United States. MFA: The University of Iowa, 2015; BA: Cornell University, 2008. You can check out more of his work at: www.ryanoliveira.com

This project is supported in part by the Cultural Arts Division of the City of Austin Economic Development Department, the National Endowment for the Arts, and the Texas Commission on the Arts.

La Pastorela

Diablos, angelitos, y pastores – valgame! It must be December! Teatro Vivo is proud to present La Pastorela 2019, adapted and directed by Teatro Vivo founder Rupert Reyes. A tradition since the 16th century, La Pastorela is an annual Yuletide play that has been performed all over Mexico and Latinoamerica. Passed from generation to generation, La Pastorela tells the story of shepherds as they embark on a journey and encounter angels and demons who will test their strength and faith along their pilgrimage. La Pastorela has been an Austin tradition for more than 40 years, and we can’t wait to share this marvelous cultural celebration with you and your whole family!

In a world fraught with conflict where cruelty is louder than kindness, La Pastorela reminds us what is possible with community, heart, and a little singing. Join us in celebrating the spirit of the season with this Austin community tradition December 12th through the 22nd. Clemencia Zapata returns as music director for this production, and we could not be more thrilled. We’ll also be hosting a special “pay-what-you-wish” preview night and a Friday night opening reception.

This year La Pastorela takes a closer look at the refugees that seek the promise of a better life with humor and warmth. We’ll be inviting organizations like Casa Marianela, RAICES, Jolt, and other community partners! Join us!

La Pastorela 2019 is written and directed by Rupert Reyes.

 

December 12th, 13th, 14th, 19th, 20th, 21st @8PM and 15th and 22nd at 2PM.

Tickets are available HERE

Aftershock/La Replica

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Directed by Karen Alvarado
November 14th-24th, 2019

AFTERSHOCK/LA RÉPLICA is a world premiere stage-play that explores new dimensions of Latinx military service.

The Latinx soldiers and citizens in this play expect military service to reinforce their identity and ideas about family, patriotism, and even sexuality, but the military is often a place that mixes up the moral compass, and one’s sense of self, and invents a new identity.

Here in 2019, white nationalists are trying to jam Latinos into second-class citizenship, and art that tells our story is the surest way to crush their lies beneath our feet. Latino military service has always been a way for us to prove our status both as providers for our families, and as protectors of our country. This November, we get the chance to honor the service and lives of our ancestors and families by looking at the messy, sexy details of what it means to be a Latinx U.S. soldier.

The script draws on first-person narratives, interviews, archival sources, Latinx poetry, veteran writings, rumors, legends, and some of the best ATX imaginations. Thinkery & Verse, Teatro Vivo, Canopy Theatre, and ArtSpark are proud to be a part of the inaugural Austin Veteran Arts Festival (AVA Fest) at the Emma S. Barrientos Mexican American Cultural Center. The ‘MACC’ is Austin’s only theater venue located in the lightning hot Rainey Street district.

NOVEMBER 14th, 15th, 16th, 21st, 22nd, 23rd @8PM

NOVEMBER 17th and 24th @2PM

Tickets are available at:

https://teatrovivo.buyplaytix.com/reserve/la_pastorela_2019.html